Have you tried login in before accessing the link?
If above doesn't help, try clearing your browser cookies to see if it helps.
Let me know if you still couldn't access the rtos tools link.
I can not login to http://fpgasoftware.intel.com/ before access that page, the login page has something wrong - it does nothing after I click 'Sign In' button. But I can login intel.com with the same user name and password. The picture shows the login page, the one with Yellow circle is the software I want to download.
Let me double check for you since you cannot access it, the link will bring you to display various Operating System Ecosystem for Intel® SoC FPGAs: such as VxWorks, Wind River Linux etc. which then will direct you to their websites respectively.
May I know which Operating System Ecosystem for Intel® SoC FPGAs you are looking for? In the mean time I will check for you and paste the link here.
Here is my recommendation regarding the login issue:
- Clear your browser cookies
- Refresh your browser
- Re-login into the page
- Click the SoC RTOS link again
Try these steps to see if this improves your situation.
Thanks for your update, but this link shouldn't be a redirection link, it should contains a set of software (binary) image that used to create bootable SD card image, then boot VxWorks for following board,
For that, this has been discussed in the forum below, please check:
Please note that step 2 requires a image to create SD/MMC card, and this image comes from "rtos_tools", what I am looking for!!!
"rtos_tools" contains both 140 and 131 SD card image.
"2. Create an SD/MMC card. Says to unzip ‘sdmmc/cv_140_fat_sdmmc.zip’ and then write the image, cv_140_fat_sdmmc.img, to the SD card using Win32 Disk Imager. "